Grill in the dark with these barbecue lights

Grilling is a great way to make delicious meals, but as the days get shorter, so does your time to cook. With the right barbecue grill light, you won’t need to run inside and turn on the porch lights as it gets dark. You also won’t need to juggle a flashlight with your spatula over the hot grill! Take a look at our collection of the best barbecue grill lights to you keep grilling at all hours of the day.

All weather

KOSIN Barbecue Grill Light, Pack of 2

Staff Pick

Need a light that can handle intense weather? This pack of two is safe on sunny, rainy, and snowy days — and they can work for more than grilling. Running on three AAA batteries (they’ve included six total), the nine LEDs will bring a wide light beam to your grilling surface. Each light attaches with a single magnet base, so there’s no clamp to get in the way. They also come with a padded carrying case if you want to store them with your tools.

$20 at Amazon

Long, adjustable neck

Yukon Glory Bright LED Grill Light

This light can run on 3 AAA batteries, which are included with your purchase, and can be rotated to your desired position. Choose between the built-in clamp, or magnetic base, to attach the grill light to your desired location. The extra-long 23-inch neck will let you point the light exactly where you need it most. And the entire unit is also waterproof, so you don’t have to worry about leaving it outside by mistake.

$27 at Amazon

Strong attachment

GooseLight Magnetic Grill Light

If you want your small light to handle other tasks besides grilling, then consider this model from Livin’ Well. It uses 12 LED bulbs, running on three AAA batteries, so you get lots of light. There’s a two-foot bendable neck so, so it’s never an issue pointing the light where you need it. The base has three strong magnets, or a padded clamp to hold it in place so it won’t scratch any surfaces.

$23 at Amazon

Very bright two-pack

Grillite Silver BBQ Grill Light, 2 Pack

This set of lights will give you more coverage on the grill, or offer the flexibility to light up a secondary workspace. They use COB LED bulbs, which are ultra-bright and will last you a long time. The company even included the six AAA batteries you need to power them both. The neck on each light is five inches long to direct the beams, and they attach to any magnetic surface.

$19 at Amazon

Adjustable light range

IMAGE Magnetic Ultra-Bright Barbecue Grill Light

Get fancy with this magnetic grill light that has an adjustable focal distance. You can pinpoint the light beam in one spot, or diffuse it to brighten an area. To keep the light in place, a magnetic base will attach to your grill, toolbox, or car. You can also use it in all weather types, and it’s safe for high heat. Three AAA batteries can keep this light on for up to 48 hours.

$19 at Amazon

Super tough

RVZHI Barbecue Grill Light

Unlike other lights made of aluminum alloy, this light is made from nylon glass fiber, which works up to 356F. It also has an IPX8 waterproof rating, so light rain is no issue. There are two spotlights, consisting of five LEDs each, that can be rotated together and attached with a clamp that opens 1.57 inches wide. Plus, the bulbs will last approximately 50000 hours — that’s a lot of grilling!

$21 at Amazon

A light for your night grilling

Stop struggling to grill in the dark! Although each light in our list has something to offer, we think the KOSIN Barbecue Grill Light (2 pack) is the best pick for the job. No more moving the light from the prep area to the grilling surface, because you get two lights for the price of our single-light options. They work well in any weather, and reviewers say that the magnetic base is very strong.

If you can’t use a magnet to attach your grill light, then choose the Yukon Glory Bright LED Grill Light. It offers a gigantic clamp and two magnets as attachment options. The extra-long neck allows the light to be set up further away from the cooking action, dispersing light on the entire grilling surface and surrounding area.

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